Dark Gurly


Everything Has Changed


Everything has changed

when I decided to walk this
lonely road to my future
But I dont want to be alone
I dont want my future anymore

Everthing has changed

I dont know whats gonna happen soon
I Have turned into cyclone
I get embarrased at times
And I hide it as solitude

Everything has changed

Im dying slowly living in a loneliest place
walking In the darkest ways
none is there to hear my cries
I just wanna feel safe
but none is there to show me the light

Everything has changed

why I cant find my friends?
why they're gone! !
why did I do to deserve this?
where's that friend who was
My back when Im under attack

Everything has changed

I cant walk this road without him
By my side...
I will not change
His love just fills my heart
and its got over the range
I might be needing his hug
to get rid of all this bugs

But
Everything has changed.....

Submitted: Monday, December 01, 2008

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